Amazingly creative and a wonderful!!!
This Wedding Photographer Turns You Into a Miniature Person
In Thailand, there’s a wedding photography business that’s attracting quite a bit of attention. It’s called คนตัวเล็ก, which literally translates to “Small Person.” The photographer’s specialty is making couples look like miniature figures living in a giant world.
Each of the photographer’s pictures is a composite. After photographing the clients, the couple is cut out of their background and inserted into a small scale scene. A tilt-shift effect is then added to the photo to mimic the shallow depth of field look you get with macro photos.
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Modern inkjet printers far exceed the color gamut produced by color labs on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.
Exploring Color Gamut with ColorThink – Inkjet Prints vs. C-Prints
Published on Mar 22, 2016
Comparing 3D gamut plots from inkjet and c-print profiles. Hosted by professional photographer and printmaker Renee Besta.
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Ever wondered what the difference in color gamut between inkjet and chromogenic prints looks like? Join professional printmaker Renee Besta as she explores 3D color gamut plots from real world profiles to illustrate how inkjet printing stacks up against c-prints.
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It’s breathtaking to consider:
You have two eyes, each composed of 130 million photoreceptor cells. In each one of those cells, there are 100 trillion atoms – that’s more than all the stars in the Milky Way galaxy!
Yet some still think it happened by chance.
Looks almost 3D at 1440p resolution! STUNNING, watching at 1440p, one step up from 1080p, which seems blah in comparison. 2160p doesn’t do better on my computer. And 4320p breaks up for me.
Music is MAJESTIC too!
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Published on Aug 1, 2015
Patagonia 8K explores the beautiful and rough landscapes of southern Chile and Argentina. Shot in 8K resolution on a medium format camera it’s aimed to deliver the most realistic experience.
Shot in 6 weeks, travelling over 7500km from Santiago to Punta Arenas we captured roughly 100.000 still frames that combine into this timelapse video.
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Soundtrack: Finale – John Paesano
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-Pentax 25mm f4
-Pentax 55mm f2.8
-Pentax 120mm f4 macro
-Canon EOS 6D
-Canon 70-200mm f4 L
-Canon 24-105mm f4 L
-Samyang 14mm f2.8
-Sony A7s [metabones adaptor]
-eMotimo TB3 Black
-Dynamic Perception Stage One [with customized carbon rods]
My own experience:
I’ve sometimes spoken of the EXTREME JEALOUSY some photographers have of others. They can be full of hate as a result, and can wish evil on other photographers, what I call James-3 cursing. Because that’s what James says not to do in chapter 3 of this Bible book.
Part of this has to do with the “love of money” being the root of all evil. Competition in a field which involves making money can get doggy dog when people aren’t living in the Son, and don’t even try to love their neighbor as themselves — Jesus’ second greatest commandment.
This is from Jay Patel:
3 Wrong Reasons to pursue Landscape Photography
So the question is…why do you want to become a landscape photographer? If you do it for the wrong reason you are bound to be disillusioned and frustrated in this cut throat world of landscape photography. …
It is ALL about Likes, Tweets and +1s
Landscape photography is becoming highly competitive in this world of social media. Social media feeds on the LOOK AT ME! factor; this means that many landscape photographers are after as many tweets, likes, and +1s as they get on their favorite social media network. Over the years, I have known photographers who create fake accounts just to criticize other photographers or to boost their own work.
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I like Eric’s attitude regarding competition:
1.00 “I’m not competing with anyone else.” Other photographers are friends. “Am I expressing myself well?” “As long as I’m pursuing my passion….” “…as well as listening to my customers, and the things they’re looking for.”
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RAW LIVE FEED – #170 – Erik Stensland – jpeg2RAW Photo Podcast
Streamed live on Apr 12, 2016
Weekly photography podcast talking about photography, photos and tips. We interview interesting photographers about their work and how they do what they do. The show also keeps in mind the beginner when discussing different photography methods.
These Photos Show What a Peacock Feather Looks Like Up Close
Peacock feathers are designed [by God – ed.] to dazzle and attract a mate, but they’re equally amazing when viewed from up close. Canadian photographer Waldo Nell photographed one through a microscope, and the resulting photos look like colorful abstract art.
Nell shot the photos through an Olympus BX 53 microscope and a Canon Rebel T3i DSLR. Each image is composed of hundreds of photos that were stacked and blended to create single images with higher resolution and greater depth of field.
Nell works as a software engineer, but he’s also an “avid photographer interested in the extraordinary.”
You can find more of Nell’s work on Flickr and on 500px.
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